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Dr. Quan Wang

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter

Bis 03/2005 beim Lehrstuhl für Pflanzenökologie

Remote Sensing

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Maina, JN; Wang, Q; Otieno, DO; Oula, D; Mupenzi, JP; Onyango, JC: Interactive effects of livestock and trees on nutrients and herbaceous layer production in a humid Kenyan savanna, East African Journal of Science and Technology, 1(1), 9-26 (2012)
Tenhunen, J; Geyer, R; Adiku, S; Reichstein, M; Tappeiner, U; Bahn, M; Cernusca, A; Dinh, NQ; Kolcun, O; Lohila, A; Otieno, DO; Schmidt, M; Schmitt, M; Wang, Q; Wartinger, M; Wohlfahrt, G: Influences of landuse change on ecosystem and landscape level carbon and water balances in mountainous terrain of the Stubai Valley, Austria, Global Planetary Change, 67, 29-43 (2009)
Wang, Q; Iio, A; Tenhunen, J; Kakubari, Y: Annual and seasonal variations in photosynthetic capacity of Fagus crenata along elevation gradients in the Naeba Mountains, Japan, Tree Physiology, 28, 277-285 (2008)
Owen, KE; Tenhunen, J; Reichstein, M; Wang, Q; Falge, E; Geyer, R; Xiao, X; Stoy, P; Ammann, C; Arain, A; Aubinet, M; Auerla, M; Bernhofer, Ch; Chojnicki, B; Granier, A; Grünwald, T; Hadley, J; Heinesch, B; Hollinger, D; Knohl, A; Kutsch, W; Lohila, A; Meyers, T; Moors, E; Moureaux, C; Pilegaard, K; Saigusa, N; Verma, S; Vesala, T; Vogel, C: Linking flux network measurements to continental scale simulations: ecosystem CO2 exchange capacity under non-water-stressed conditions, Global Change Biology, 13, 734-760 (2007)
Wang, Q; Kakubari, Y; Kubota, M; Tenhunen, J: Variation on PAR to global solar radiation ratio along altitude gradient in Naeba Mountain, Theoretical and Applied Climatology, DOI 10.1007/s00704-005-0220-6 (2006)
Wang, Q; Tenhunen, J; Schmidt, M; Kolcun, O; Droesler, M: A model to estimate global radiation in complex terrain, Boundary-Layer Meteorology, 119, 409-429 (2006)
Wang, Q; Adiku, S; Tenhunen, J; Granier, A: On the relationship of NDVI with leaf area index in a deciduous forest site, Remote Sensing of Environment, 94, 244-255. (2005)
Wang, Q; Ni, J; Tenhunen, J: Application of geographically weighted regression analysis on net primary production of Chinese forest ecosystems, Global Ecology and Biogeography, 14, 379-393 (2005)
Wang, Q; Tenhunen, J; Dinh, NQ; Reichstein, M; Otieno, DO; Granier, A; Pilegaard, K: Evaluation of seasonal variation of MODIS derived leaf area index at two European deciduous broadleaf forest sites, Remote Sensing of Environment, 96, 475-484 (2005)
Wang, Q; Tenhunen, J; Schmidt, M; Otieno, DO; Kolcun, O; Droesler, M: Diffuse PAR irradiance under clear skies in complex alpine terrain, Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 128, 1-15 (2005)
Wang, Q; Tenhunen, JD: Land cover classification with multi-temporal NDVI in North Eastern China Transect (NECT), Global Ecology and Biogeography, Submitted (2002)
Wang, Q; Watanabe, M; Hayashi, S; Murakami, S: Using NOAA AVHRR data to assess flood damage in China, Environmental Monitoring & Assessment, in revision. (2002)
Wang, Q; Sun, G: The evaluation of landscape capability in the Paleochannel region of Da'an, Area Research and Development, 18, 66-68. (1999)
Wang, Q; Yang, Z; Sun, G: Calculation of solar radiation using sunlight model in slight relief region-Taking Da'an paleochannel region of Songnen Plain as an example, Scientia Geographica Sinica, 18, 542-546 (1998)
Wang, Q: Advance of Research on Terrestrial Transects, Advance In Earth Sciences, 12, 43-50 (1997)
Zhang, X; Gao, Q; Yang, D; Zhou, G; Ni, J; Wang, Q: A Gradient Analysis and Prediction on the North Eastern China Transect (NECT) for Global Chang Study, Acta Botanica Sinica, 39, 785-799 (1997)
Sun, G; Wang, Q: A Study on the Boundary of Integrated Physical Regionalition in the High Latitude Region of Northeast China-Simultaneously on the Principle and Method of the Integrated Physical Regionalization, Geography and Terrestrial Research, 10, 42-49 (1994)

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